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Where I share my jewels of wisdom of life

Thoughts have NO power,

Unless YOU allow them to. Β 

What you affirm,

manifests itself into form.  

Be careful what you tell yourself! 

You become your words…

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There was a time that my thoughts scared me. Some of the craziest, random thoughts would come into my mind and I would worry that I had thoughts that were negative.

The more I tried to change that, the more they persisted. By allowing what comes up to be there, without judgment and condemnation, we realize we are more than our thoughts, ego and external forces.

Simply notice what filters through your mind and let it go, the same way you might in meditation. Then the mind doesn’t attach anything to it then and it goes as fast as it comes.

Some thoughts are trying to get your attention and have a lesson attached to them so spend some time figuring out what that is or get someone to help you sort it out.

Have a beautiful Wednesday!



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Lisa at Micro of the Macro
10 days ago

Absolutely, my friend! What we resist persists, and we become what we dwell on. Hope your weekend is sparkly fun! 🌞

10 days ago

I’m really getting into affirmations! I actually just wrote a poem for my upcoming book with unusual ones. It was so much fun to do!

Jeff Flesch
10 days ago

Very true, and a visceral experience, this. Wonderfully wise, my dear. πŸ™β€οΈ

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6 days ago

Excellent reminder, my friend <3

Brianna Mayfield
5 days ago

Thank you. ❀️

4 days ago

This is so relatable, Cindy! Thoughts you can’t get rid of no matter how hard you try- like a song that gets stuck in your head. I once read the quote, “What you resist will persist.” I can’t remember who the author was but they were dead on right! πŸ’―

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